The final Bugatti Veyron Super Sport built will be sold off at Bonhams’ Goodwood Festival of Speed sale next month.
Prior to the Koenigsegg Agera RS rewriting the record books, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport was the world’s fastest production car for roughly seven years. In fact, since the Chiron has yet to be taken to its top speed by Bugatti, the Veyron Super Sport technically remains the marque’s fastest model.
Differentiating the Super Sport from the regular Veyron is a more powerful 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine, now delivering 1183 hp and 1100 lb-ft of torque compared to the 986 hp of the run-of-the-mill Veyron – if there’s such a thing…
Additionally, the Super Sport benefits from a selection of styling and aerodynamic changes, including a new front fascia with revised air intakes and a bespoke engine cover and roof incorporating NACA ducts.
Beyond being the final Super Sport constructed, this Veyron is special because it is painted matte black, a very rare shade for Bugatti’s hypercar. What’s more, the car has had just one owner from new and only covered approximately 550 km (310 miles). It will be sold with a signed Bugatti Certificate, Configuration Form and all books and tools, as well as a special engraving that says ‘THE LAST SUPER SPORT.’
As special as this Veyron is, it hasn’t yet proved to be a very desirable collectors’ car. That, of course, is in comparison to other hypercars, as a figure in the high $2 million or low $3 million range is very likely.